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  • JurgenCZE
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    PRAISE:


    I praise the developers for the game Far Cry 6. Finally, a Far Cry game where there are NO SNAKES, also where there is no unnecessary SKILL TREE. And the game is very nicely made and the world is interesting and huge. There is something different about each location or region and I like the game.


    COMPLAINT:


    And now something that I would recommend that UBISOFT management focus on.
    I was thinking of buying the game but I didn't know the necessary information. As a person with ophidiophobia - the fear of snakes, I have to be careful with UBISOFT's games in the last few years, because if there are snakes in the game, then the game is not for everyone, especially for people with this phobia. That's why I'm glad that Far Cry 6 is finally a game without snakes, and I also hope that other parts of Assassins Creed or Skull & Bones and other games. They will be free of snakes.

    That complaint is about UBISOFT Technical Support. I asked them about the Far Cry 6 game, I needed to know if there were snakes in the game. They couldn't tell me if there were snakes in the game or not. They just wrote me their guesses, like it's an island so snakes are likely to be there.
    Please, UBISOFT management, give technical support the information your customers may need.

    Your support is not well informed.

    Maybe it's your protection to keep information about your games from leaking, but if people are going to buy your games and people want to know about your games, your tech support should be able to answer their questions.

    So please make games without snakes or add a setting to DISABLE/HIDE SNAKES in your game settings.

    As snakes are completely unnecessary in your games.



    Lucky it was Free Play Weekend for Far Cr 6 on Xbox. And I could try the game.
    I bought the game today.

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